Lordington Lavender

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Open Days at Lordington Lavender 2022


Monday 11th July through to Sunday 17th July. 10am – 4pm.

Adults – £7.00 Children – £1.50 Under 3s – free

No booking required.


We are delighted to be able to open in 2022 and we look forward to welcoming you back to Lordington Lavender.

Tucked away in a fold of the South Downs, Lordington Lavender opens its lavender fields every July to the public to enjoy.  A perfect day out for all the family, whether it be a tractor ride, a lavender ice cream or beautiful photographs of your loved ones.

Here you can soak up the stunning spectacle of ten acres of lavender.  Walk up and down the rows, discovering beautiful butterflies and honey bees.  Delicious, homemade lavender cakes and refreshments are available to buy – of which proceeds go to charity.

A range of beautiful lavender products, including soaps, creams, pillow spray and our incredible essential oil will be available to buy.

Relax and let nature come to you.

About Lordington Lavender

Nestled in the South Downs, Lordington Lavender was established in 2002 by local farmer Andrew Elms. After selling his dairy herd he was looking for a new way to diversify and decided that Lavender would be a unique and exciting alternative. The crop is grown with conservation of habitat and the environment very much in mind. No fertilizers or pesticides are used and it has become haven for wildlife with at least 12 red listed species of birds including skylarks and barn owls found on the farm.

Now, 4 acres of Mailette lavender, a French Provencal variety famed for its high quality oil is harvested once a year to produce a wonderful essential oil and the business has become a family affair. From originally just selling an essential oil a whole range has developed but all with one aim – to produce simple, pure and honest products using only the highest quality ingredients.

Every summer the lavender field is full of bumble bees and butterflies and when the sun shines you can imagine being in Provence!

Holiday at home this year

With a wealth of seaside history, Bognor Regis has become a most popular seaside place to visit. The large expanses of sand at low tide and the 2.7 mile long promenade make Bognor Regis well worth a visit.

A Welcome Return

It is always such a joy to return to Spring Cottage. Michele is a wonderful hostess and the accomodation cannot be faulted. The breakfasts are superb! We are always sad to leave, always happy to come back.

Ann & David

Most sunshine hours in the UK

The location of Bognor Regis makes it unique – Not only does it have some of the most sunshine hours in mainland Britain, but it is also very close to the South Downs National Park with its beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, and country houses that are all just a short distance away.
Looking for a sunny traditional seaside holiday, call us on 01243 868 500

Bognor Regis Beaches

Clean award winning family friendly beaches, Bognor Regis is the ideal place for families to spend the day. East Beach is closest to the town centre. Other beaches include Felpham Beach, Aldwick Beach and Pagham. With its proven sunshine record, the beaches at Bognor Regis are a glorious place to spend the day with your family.

Deckchair and wind break hire are available during the summer months on the promenade of East beach, but of course you can bring your own.
Looking for a traditional seaside holiday in Bognor Regis, call us on 01243 868 500